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Title I love America! : a treasury of popular stories, history, poems, and songs / Shelagh Canning, contributing editor.

Publication Info. Racine, Wis. : Western Pub. Co., [1990]
1990

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Location Pub Note Copy No. Status
 Annawan-Alba PL Stacks - AAPG-8  J 973 ILO    AVAILABLE
 Bourbonnais PL Juvenile Non-Fiction - BDBB-2  J 973 ILO    AVAILABLE
 Julia Hull DL Juvenile Non-Fiction - JHLY-14  J 973 ILO    AVAILABLE
 Pearl City CUSD 200 Stacks - PLLY-13  970 Can    AVAILABLE
Description 94 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm.
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Series Golden book
Golden book.
Note "A Golden book."
Contents America -- Columbus (circa 1492) -- Pocahontas (1595-1617) -- Benjamin Franklin 1706-1790 -- Poor Richard's Almanack (1732-57) -- Yankee Doodle (circa 1775) --DtPaul Revere's ride (1775) -- 1776-The Declaration of Independence -- Ballad of Johnny Appleseed (1774-1845) -- Star-Spangled Banner (circa 1812) -- Flag/Pledge of Allegiance (1777/1892) -- Statue of Liberty/The new colossus (1886) -- Immigrant-1858 -- Constitution/Proclamation of Emancipation (1787/1863) -- Aunt Sue's stories (circa 1850) -- "Peculiarsome" Abe (1809-65) -- Runaway / Robert Frost -- Catalogue, Rosalie Moore, and An Introduction to dogs / Ogden Nash -- Prairie traveler-meeting Indians (1859) -- Pony express (1860-61) -- Home on the range (1873) -- Town that insulted a president (circa 1880) -- Presidents of the United States of America -- 50 states -- Map of the United States of America -- I never saw a moor / Emily Dickinson -- Road not taken / Robert Frost -- Miracles / Walt Whitman -- Little Women-a Christmas present for the March family (circa 1861) -- Battle hymn of the Republic (1862) -- Dixie (1860) -- Gray moss on green trees (folklore) -- Hiawatha's childhood (folklore) -- Paul Bunyan (folklore) -- Glorious whitewasher (1876) -- Casey at the bat (folklore) -- Wonderful Tar-baby story (folklore) -- One bad thing about father (1901) -- T.R. writes his son (1907) -- Talking American -- Boston, John Collins Bossidy, Chicago, Carl Sandburg, Mannahatta, Walt Whitman, and the Painted Hills of Arizona, Edwin Curran -- Boonder (circa 1900) -- First ladies -- Americans to remember -- I hear America singing / Walt Whitman -- "Walk with me into a new dignity" (1928-68) -- Eagle has landed (1969) -- America the beautiful.
Summary A rich celebration of the United States features a selection of stories, poems, patriotic songs, and history by some of America's most notable writers and poets, as well as discussions of important documents--the Constitution and Declaration of Independence--and what they mean.
Subject American literature -- Juvenile literature.
Songs -- United States -- Juvenile literature.
Music -- United States -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literature.
American poetry.
Short stories.
American literature. (OCoLC)fst00807113
Music. (OCoLC)fst01030269
Songs. (OCoLC)fst01126120
America -- History.
United States -- History -- Juvenile literature.
United States -- History.
United States. (OCoLC)fst01204155
Genre/Form Criticism, interpretation, etc. (OCoLC)fst01411635
History. (OCoLC)fst01411628
Juvenile works. (OCoLC)fst01411637
Added Author Canning, Shelagh.
Canning, Shelagh.
ISBN 0307868311
9780307868312
0307616835 (lib. bdg.)
9780307616838 (lib. bdg.)

 
    
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